Since the COVID-19 pandemic took hold of Canada, governments have been relaxing all kinds of regulations. This page includes a listing of such changes.
SecondStreet.org President Colin Craig and contributor Kris Sims discuss COVID-19. Need some good news about the coronavirus? Some aspects you may not have thought about?
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Following the recent decision by Teck to cancel its Frontier mine, we decided to update our list fo stalled or cancelled natural resource projects in Canada.
It seems you can’t turn on the evening news or open up a newspaper in Canada without seeing a story about climate change. Similarly, stories about oil and gas development in Canada (especially pipeline stories), and carbon taxes have garnered significant political discourse over the past few years…
Antil-oil activists can often be seen and heard urging governments to keep oil “in the ground.” How would that affect your life?
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Many anti-oil activists want governments to simply keep our country’s oil in the ground. So why do those same activists continue to use products that are made with oil…
Andre Williams, a manager at a manufacturing company in Scarborough, discusses how stalled pipeline projects affect his family and his coworkers.
Alberta patient Danny Hozack describes the excellent service he received when he suffered from a retina tear on Christmas eve.
When government programs struggle to provide services, some politicians and special interest groups inevitably suggest the solution is simply for the government to spend even more money. But is that really the answer to our health care system’s woes?